Many sports fans couldn’t tell you where Florida Gulf Coast University was before the current season started. But between an early season upset of Miami and now winning a berth in the Sweet 16, Florida Gulf Coast has put itself on the map in a big way.
There was no question about Shane Larkin’s go-ahead 3-pointer for Miami. The ball that appeared to ricochet off the hands of Miami’s Kenny Kadji seconds later but went to the Hurricanes — well, look at the replay.
The Navy’s commitment to repairing a nuclear submarine severely damaged by an arsonist last spring is wavering under the realities of mandatory budget cuts, officials say.
A shipyard worker who set fire to the USS Miami because he wanted to go home and ended up causing $450 million in damage has been sentenced to prison for a little more than 17 years.
It may be a waste of money to ask Mark Sanchez to manage games. But if he wants to take the Jets to the postseason, he can’t be asked to make plays.
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U.S. Rep. Joe Courtney says the Navy will use a submarine that was recently taken out of commission for spare parts as it repairs a fire-damaged sub at a Maine shipyard.
The cost to fix a Groton-based submarine that was severely damaged by a fire at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard will come in within $50 million of the original estimate.
The Navy says a Groton-based submarine that was severely damaged by a fire at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard is going to be repaired.
Officer Describes Conditions On Burning Sub; Judge Refuses To Release Worker Accused Of Setting Fire
A civilian shipyard worker accused of setting a fire that caused $400 million in damage to the Groton-based nuclear-powered submarine USS Miami will remain in jail after a magistrate ruled Wednesday he is too great a risk to society and a Navy officer described a harrowing scene inside the burning vessel.